Dionisios Georgatos obtained his undergraduate degree in Finance and Business Law from Hofstra University and his Juris Doctor Hofstra University School of Law. Shortly after graduating law school he joined a prominent Manhattan firm where he represented clients who were injured as a result of exposure to toxic materials following the 9/11 attacks. Here he gained valuable experience navigating the complex world of Workers’ Compensation and personal injury.

Following the successful settlement of the 9/11 mass tort cases he focused his practice exclusively on representing injured workers. Mr. Georgatos has represented thousands of Union workers, city employees, municipal employees, home health aides, corrections officers, drivers and people in many more professions. Mr. Georgatos has spoken at union events and municipal employee meetings educating workers on their rights.

I received my undergraduate degree in Finance and Business Law from Hofstra University and my Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law.

I’ve wanted to be an attorney for as long as I could remember. My undergraduate degree in Business Law solidified that desire.

Advocating for injured workers’ in their time of need is extremely fulfilling. While there are sometimes bad days, it always feels good to know you’re helping someone else.

My relationship with my clients is always a personal one. I view them as friends who rely on me to make sure their rights are protected. This allows me to put 110% into my work.

Communication and honesty are the two keys to a successful attorney-client relationship. I will always, and honestly, keep you apprised of what is going on and what to expect.

MDSAR is a highly organized and experienced firm. The firm works together to ensure the best possible outcome for every case. Client communication is emphasized so that every Client is up to date on what’s happening in their case.

During my free time, I try and stay as physically active as I can. My wife and I are avid fitness enthusiasts and enjoy hiking and backpacking. Of course, I also enjoy a lazy beach day with a cold refreshment and a good book.

I often speak at union meetings regarding Workers’ Compensation law and practice. I enjoy keeping people as informed as possible about their rights. I am also a member of the Injured Workers Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association.